THE BEAUTY UP NORTH

Written by Cynthia Njeri There are still so many places on our planet that remain unexplored. I’d love to one day peel back the mystery and understand them.-Annie Leibovitz The word of the day is simple. It is often said that normal is boring and it is true even when Read more…

THE GREAT MIGRATION.

Have you ever looked at something and thought “how did they do that?” or maybe even “why are they doing that?” That’s the only two questions you need when you’re talking about the 8 wonders of the world. Even that name tugs at something inside all of us. Whether you’re Read more…

VURIA HILL HIKE

Written by Ess Opiyo. A story is told of the migration of Bantus. As they looked for land for settlement in the coast, some people were more or less scouts. So they were moving around the coastal area and when they found a good spot to chill, they told some Read more…

ibis Styles WESTLANDS GREEN STORY.

My two favourite colours used to be black and red. Now you can add green to that mix. I know it sounds like I’m ripping off the Kenyan flag but I want to find places that are just that little bit conscientious about the impact they have on the environment.

JOY IN THE MOUNTAINS.

Written by Ess Opiyo. Are we ready? Camera, Lights, A…. Oh! Wait, wait….. Are my legs okay? Sighs. Camera, Lights… 5, 4, 3, 2,1…. ACTION! Good Evening World! I love evening interviews. I have a feeling that more people get to catch up with evening updates as opposed to early Read more…

PUNDA MILIAS NAKURU CAMP

Written by Cynthia Njeri. “The purpose of life is to live it, to taste it, to experience it to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience” -Eleanor Roosevelt. The current pandemic facing the world has taught us a lot of things, among them Read more…

THE DIANI REGATTA FESTIVAL.

Written by Ess Opiyo. Culture and the travel industry have consistently been connected. Social sights, attractions and occasions give a significant inspiration to travel, and travel in itself produces culture. Over the years, the connection between culture and the travel industry has been distinguished and a type of consumption birthed: Read more…

EXPLORING MALINDI.

Dear those of you who tan, for lack of a better word, we hate you. Yours, those of us who ban. Let us travel to one of the best and oldest cultural and historical visitors hub in the Coastal area, but first, grab your sunscreen- Malindi. Malindi, like many coastal Read more…

KEREITA FOREST- THE KILLING.

Tell me a better way to feel, digest the vibes of these words and revitalize the body and soul through active learning, and exhilarating experiences than in an idyllic, safe and friendly environment- nature’s palms. I signed up for my trip with Nelly, who did not hesitate when I mentioned Read more…

FIRST CRAWL.

Welcome to our blog! And our first post which is our first crawl. As travel bloggers, (in training at least), the backlog of travel stories we have to share and those that we are yet to experience, are not so uncommon- just like a baby’s crawl is never uncommon- but Read more…